Customer's Show and Tell Gallery
Everyone loves "Show and Tell", right? I know we do! Did you finish that project from the fabrics you found at A Stitch in Time? Please share a picture with us so that we may add it to our gallery! Simply "browse" for your file in the box at the right and send it over to us. We look forward to sharing your projects and inspiration with our online friends.
This gorgeous rag quilt was made by Ann Gill-Johnson. So cozy and perfectly pink!
Lynn Selke made this darling dress for her grandaughter, Hannah! I think I'd wear it with the blue ribbon attached!
This cute tote was made by Michelle Norris. Michelle used the new Bonnie Christine fabrics; Sweet Nostalgia Vintage and Pendants Sapphire! They go together elegantly!!
Kim sent us this cute Christmas swag made from the larger gift tags on the Moda Christmas panel. The bias cord was also from some of the border of the panel. We love it!
This quilt was made from our fabrics and is currently being handquilted in France! Beautiful!
Look at this beautiful quilt made by our customer in Knoxville TN, using our newest Amy Butler fabrics!
Send us your photos!
Did you find a great new fabric or some inspiration at our shop? We'd love to add your photos to our gallery! Please share below, click "submit" and then upload your photo in the "browse" box:
Just look at this beautiful baby quilt made by Denise West using Bonnie Christine's "Winged" fabric line! We are in love!
We just love these adorable owl pillows made by these
sweet girls! How cute!!
Amy Sams sent us pictures of three beautiful garden panels! Amy found them during shop hop of 09' and has now finished them! Just gorgeous! The best thing about fabric: it never expires! Thanks for sharing!
This quilt was brought in by Ginny Triassi. It is made from charm packs, with quilting quotes added to it to make it personable. The border is unique on the top and bottom! We loved it! Thanks for sharing!
Mille Holden shared this cute cotton summer
dress! We loved it!
These adorable little Easter goodies were made by
Pam Hearn's baby quilt is adorable!